Architecture for Common Good | Helsinki
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Helsinki, nov 2019

The International Architectural Conference Architecture for Common Good (https://www.safa.fi/commongood/) brings together decision-makers, experts and influencers of the built environment. It explores architecture’s potential to create common good by combining cultural, social, economic, environmental and technical perspectives to the built environment.

The event is organised by the Finnish Association of Architects (SAFA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Culture in Finland and Archinfo Finland.

n´UNDO participated as a keynote speaker in the sessions about Cultural and Social Dimensions, proving that is possible to build future for our cities by Not Doing, UnDoing and ReDoing.